Temple Beth Torah Brotherhood of Wellington joins the FJMC
According to the latest US Census data, Florida is one of the fastest growing regions of the country with population growth of 2.7 million (14.6%) between 2010 and 2020, double the rate of overall US population. The Florida Region of FJMC is also growing and today we are proud to announce that the Temple Beth Torah Brotherhood of Wellington, Florida has joined Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs.
Temple Beth Torah, “A Family of Families”, is a vibrant Reform Jewish Congregation located in the west-central Palm Beach County Village of Wellington. TBT is a multi-generational congregation of 300+ families and an active and dynamic part of the fabric of life in Wellington, Florida as well as the greater Jewish community of South Florida. Within the structure of the congregation, the Temple Beth Torah Brotherhood is a service group; a place where people meet, plan and make friends. Brotherhood dues support family activities, provide extra funds for youth groups and sponsor temple events such as the annual picnic, poker night and other programs.
The TBT Brotherhood does important work such as funding gifts for youth groups and purchasing educational tools for schools, building the congregational sukkah, aid with refreshments at many temple events, including the Purim Carnival and Chanukah Party, working with the TBT’s Sisterhood planning the annual family picnic event, family outings such as fishing trips, Marlins baseball and Dolphins football games. The Brotherhood conducts an annual golf tournament as its primary fundraiser; proceeds help fund programs for the congregation, educational programs and an annual donation to the local community. The TBT Brotherhood also sponsors an annual Brotherhood Shabbat Worship Service. Learn more about the Temple Beth Torah Brotherhood at TBTBrotherhood.com.
TBT Brotherhood President Joel Zaidspiner invites all Florida Region FJMC affiliated Men’s Clubs and Brotherhood members to take part in the following upcoming events:
On Sunday morning February 5th the Temple Beth Torah Brotherhood will host a breakfast meeting with Guest Speaker, Fred Segal, an attorney who practiced law full-time for more than eight years before retiring to pursue other opportunities. He currently operates the popular social media brand Freezing Cold Takes. He has appeared on numerous national radio and TV shows, podcasts, and local shows across the country to discuss his feeds. Major publications such as The Athletic, Sports Illustrated, and USA TODAY have profiled Fred and Freezing Cold Takes. Fred is excited that the enthusiasm for his social media brand has allowed him the opportunity to branch out into writing about sports, a subject about which he has always had a passion.
On Monday March 13, TBT Brotherhood will host a poker tournament. The TBT Brotherhood is holding a fundraiser Raffle to help fund the HS Senior Graduation Scholarship. Raffle Tickets are only $50 and one lucky winner will take home a cool $5,000 prize. For more information and to buy tickets visit http://www.tbtbrotherhood.com/sb.asp. Looking ahead, on April 13, 2023 the TBT Brotherhood will host a family friendly Miniature Golf Tournement. For more information and/or RSVP please email TBT Brotherhood President Joel Zaidspiner at Joel@technoliving.com.
The Temple Beth Torah Brotherhood of Wellington, Florida, one of the newest members of the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs, a network of over 200 affiliated Men’s Clubs and Brotherhoods across the United States, Canada, Latin America and Beyond. Learn more about how your Men’s Club or Brotherhood can affiliate at https://www.fjmc.org/content/affiliating-fjmc.
The Florida Region of the FJMC serves the needs of Men’s Clubs and Brotherhoods throughout the State of Florida. If you are not yet affiliated with the Federation, then today is the day to join us.
Get to know more about the Florida Region of FJMC and our growing network of dynamic Jewish Men’s Clubs and Brotherhoods on our website www.FloridaRegionFJMC.org and please visit and LIKE our Facebook Group at www.facebook.com/FloridaRegionFJMC.